JeRyZ

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  1. In my childhood true... But I'm 34 now, and we're not kids anymore But, in response to your question; 1. One can never expect a patch to be bug free, although I do understand your point about some people not realising this. But in defense; it will (probably) prevent a patch from being delayed. I know, I know, EA and all, but you must agree that the team did set out a patch release path, and so kinda forced it upon themselves. I think it was very ambitious, and I think most will agree. Maybe it needs reviewing? 2. Agreed, it would require a change of release path, or some changes in the team. 3. That's part of the EA, but I can't imagine the team wants to add stuff that is broken, even if it gets taken out later. 4. Alright, even though I mostly disagree with you here, let me make a suggestion; add one more day in between test and stable release. This gives the team a day more to fix game-crashes or game breaking bugs. This way there's less chance for a patch being held from release on the announced date. I know, everything can happen, but I can only assume the dev team feels bad when they have to postpone a patch. I believe this way gives more room for the team, and less disappointment for the players. Finally I do understand the stable servers are essentially test servers in EA, but people do want to play properly aswell. Perhaps the expectations are a bit too high, but the development is going so fast, and the game is so far along that that is to be expected
  2. Oh, I did read everything! But it's fine, I've been given a warning. I never mean to offend anyone, I just want healthy discussions without being given quotes. What's the point if we can't discuss things? There are people like you and pixel that are on board with the things the devs have said, and there are players that disagree and want to discuss these things. We just can't seem to disagree, because we get quotes that are supposed to answer all, and so end the discussion. Like a parent saying 'because I said so'. I don't think that's the way to move forward, and I feel that's what's happening.
  3. It's the muzzling moderator! @Suspicious Pixel The answer is clear enough, and I've also read it. I was asking @Spen though. But it's okay, it's okay. I've suggested to @Hawkinz before that mods should keep their cool, your style of moderating I see across the forum shows signs of annoyance towards the users. I for one won't be on the forums anymore for a while. Too many of this 'silencing'. Also users that seem to only see and judge one single point of view, and blindly follow what the dev team does and defend it to their last breath. Also known as 'fanboys'. I still enjoy the game, the last patch brought a lot of good, but being on the forums is starting to make me... Salty? And since that's not the way I want to be, I'll dodge the rediculousness on here. Ta!
  4. I agree with you there. Do you also agree that if there is a week in between the test release and the stable release, it would give the dev team more time to collect feedback and fix bugs? And so give themselves more breathing space?
  5. This. Also @Suspicious Pixel, awesome that the patch will be released! Just try and see it from both sides I understand EA very well, but when there is an announcement, expectations are raised
  6. Alright. I see that I might aswell talk to a door. Thank you to the people that understood my point of criticism, and my suggestion. I'm out.
  7. Thank you, but I am 'most people'. Could you also respond to the suggestion I opted? It's easy to hide behind the 'Early Access' Wall. It's harder to acknowledge something that went wrong, and improve the next time. Again; I love the game, and the job you all are doing, but there's always room for improvement, isn't there?
  8. Well, yes! Especially since it happened before. But if you read till the end, then you can see I'm also offering a solution for this. I'm all for PUBG and the dev team, but this is so easy to solve.
  9. Really? I cant believe this happened again; announce a patch release date, do the test server first a day before, run into issues which you can't fix in a day and postpone the announced patch. Didn't learn from the last time? Result: disappointment and salt by your own doing. And this time I'm a lot less likely to say; 'aw, it's okay, take your time', cause this is something you could have seen coming from miles away. Why don't you make the patches available a week before, so you have plenty of time to fix whatever you encounter, and have a proper patch on the actual announced date? Starting next patch it will take one week longer, but then you're on track. Saves people a lot of annoyance and makes you look more professional.
  10. http://forums.playbattlegrounds.com/forum/17-russian/
  11. Cool, let me know how you got on!
  12. @peλk What are your cpu temperatures? Also, check if the cpu is throttling. I had exactly the same problem, and mine went away after I found out that the cpu was throttling due to the cpu running hot. I had to undervolt it, but perhaps there are other solutions in your case. It was fixed in a patch a few weeks earlier, but after another one it came back. So I guess it will get fixed again, but for now I play with th undervolt.
  13. Hi, I feel like at this moment the information has kind of halted, which in my opinion is something that causes frustration and misunderstanding. The last post on the forum as I am aware of has been of May 5th, almost 10 days ago. Also the last really informative Tweet has been that the patch has been delayed. Has there been no further development in the meantime? To be honest, I think it would benefit the community if there would be posts at least every 3rd day, even just a few lines with progress. Now we're just sitting here in the dark
  14. Luckily we're all human indeed, and don't get me wrong, I totally understand sometimes!
  15. It still baffles me how people can't see that there is a profound difference between devs fixing bugs, devs adding content, devs adding animations and so on. There's hundreds of threads on it, and still people complain. I understand these complaints, and I would be lying if I never throw out a 'f*ck this laggy-ass, low tickrate, screwed up mofo'. But then I either re-queue or take a break and rejoin. I don't come here and bitch about it. I'm anxiously waiting for the new patch, and yes, it bugs me that it won't be here this week, but I KNOW that it would bug me even more if it was bogged. So I sit here and wait for the team to deliver in their promises, which they have been doing. Perhaps not always on time, but come on... It's not easy sometimes. Little side note though: perhaps it is an idea to do a little write-up in the announcement thread every two or three days. It keeps questions away, and keeps us more informed and committed. I know there are more that one ways to keep informed, I follow Twitter aswell, but information is key. Even when it is a little explanation on why a patch is delayed or whatever, people tend to like that. Not to justify yourselves, solely to inform. Thanks @Hawkinz and the other mods for your patience and answers. (though yours and other moderator responses have been getting a little filled with annoyance, watch out that you don't turn bitter, be kind and gentle, even when you could pull the poster through your screen and choke 'em... ;))